Roots and the Family Tree - By Alejandro Hazim
Miami 6th May. 2000.
How are you and the
family? I hope all are in the best of health. I’m not very good at
writting but, I was compeled to drop you these few lines. This may sound
just silly but, I felt you should be praised for the time and effort you
are putting into this project. I personally feel a great sence of pride
saying: “I know now where my roots are and thanks to you for your
re-search”. I sit at home and watch some TV programs about the Middle
East. I feel as if this is part of me. I sort of envy you for being able
to live there. It must be a grand feeling just to stand on the land of
It’s funny as I read
the summary, it discribes one relative that lived in San Pedro who was
kind of crazy. It’s funny because Isaias Bulus had told me this about a
year ago. I thought he was kidding me. I was showing my cousin once
removed Saad Salomon the family tree and it amazed him to see that his
great grandfather was part of the tree. I have showed friends of mine,
the work you have done and they are left with their mouths open. They
say “wow” 1750. I reply laughing, that’s nothing we are going to trace
it back to the bible!
Well I think I have
said what was on my mind.